Our friends at Everyday Dish TV have introduced a new Premium Membership to their website. It is an excellent way to learn the fundamentals of vegan cooking – how to choose your tofu, pantry items, savory products, baking products, and measurement techniques. There are over 50 new cooking videos hosted by Chef Julie Hasson. If you are interested in vegan cooking, a novice or seasoned pro then there are many new and innovative recipes from which too choose. Recipe samples include: Key Lime Pie, Chorizo Sausage, Nacho Cheese Sauce, Bao Buns, Jambalaya, “Crack” Gravy, Marshmallows, Chocolate Cream Pie, Jambalaya, Coconut Macaroons … the list goes on and tantalizingly on. All of the recipes are dairy, egg and meat-free …
There are several videos Everyday Dish TV releases monthly to the public for free, but only Members will be able to view these private tutorials. There are no advertisements and Members can post their comments and suggestions. The video player is easy to manipulate with options to view cooking episodes in small format (for slower connection speeds), larger size or full screen. You can print the recipes and keep them for future reference. Best of all brand new episodes are delivered once a week, so there will always be something fresh and exciting to spark your imagination.
Plus, they have a special running right now. The price is $35.00 for a one year subscription. Now that's a lot of marshmallows (and key lime cheesecake and awesome vegan cheeses and smoky sausage links and chorizos and…). Just think about it. The monthly cost is less than your favorite Iced Soy Mocha ($2.92), and much healthier too. EDTV is guaranteed to be habit forming, without the jittery side effects of caffeine.
Homemade Vegan Marshmallows
Vegan Key Lime Pie